The United States and Russia were Cold War rivals competing for dominance in spaceflight during the mid-20th century. Lecturer and professional photographer Walter Choroszewski outlines the history of this competition from Russia’s first success of Sputnik in 1957 to America’s triumphant Apollo II moon landing in 1969. Walter also shares surprising details of other lunar missions which were not made public at the time. He also gives credit to science fiction authors of the 19th century that inspired the many brilliant thinkers who collectively turned fantasy into reality.
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